Teaching Assistant for Secondary SEND school Are you an enthusiastic and committed Teaching Assistant who is looking for a new role within an “Outstanding” SEN school? The headteacher of this co-education SEN school is looking for a qualified level 3 Teaching Assistant to join the team. Everyone within this school is focused on high expectations for all students, providing a positive and engaging learning experience. The school caters for students with ASD as well as additional needs ranging from 3 – 19 years of age across 3 sites.
SEN Teaching Assistant + Additional Training Provided An excellent Primary School in the heart of Stoke Newington are looking to appoint multiple SEN Teaching Assistants for ASAP starts. These are full time, and long-term posts. This fantastic Primary School is led by both a remarkable Head Teacher, and SENCO who really invest into both staff, and pupils – It's a fantastic environment to work in with constant CPD opportunities and guidance. You will be working with a child in year 3 who hearing & visual impairment.
SEN Teaching Assistant – Complex needs Would you like to work with secondary aged children with special needs as a Teaching Assistant? If so, please consider this Teaching Assistant role. This secondary SEND school in Bolton, Manchester is looking to recruit a Teaching Assistant to work across both key stage 3 and 4. The school has an exceptional record of success with pupil attainment and maintains very high standards for both staff and pupils.
SEN Teaching Assistant –Male Student Do you have experience of supporting male students with ASD? Are you looking for a new role? A specialist SEN school in Tameside is looking to recruit an experienced Teaching Assistant on a long-term basis to support a young man on his education journey. The school caters for students aged 11 – 16 with MLD, ASD and behavioral needs.
Learning Support Assistant – Excellent Primary School – Hayes Q – Are you looking for a stepping-stone into a SEN environment with bespoke training? If so, look no further! An excellent Primary school are recruiting for a dependable, resilient & passionate Learning Support Assistant to help support a child in Year 2. ** If you are keen, don't hesitate to apply, the school can trial this week!
Youth Workers Several SEMH schools across Birmingham are seeking to recruit, experienced Youth Workers on a long-term basis to support their Keystage 3 and 4 students. There are 3 centers within this service offering individualised education programs to students who no longer access education within a mainstream setting. Students do display aggressive and challenging behaviours with some having duel diagnosis of ASD, ADD, ADHD and Mental Health difficulties. The desired outcomes for these students are to give them all the tools to succeed as adults and to pursue further education, training or apprenticeships.
Psychology Graduate – Birmingham Are you a psychology graduate who is considering a career in SEN Teaching? If so, have you thought about gaining experience as a Teaching Assistant within a SEN school? The headteacher of this SEN school in Birmingham is looking to recruit a Psychology graduates to join the team as Teaching Assistants giving valuable support to students who have been diagnosed with SEMH and associated conditions including ASD. As a Teaching Assistant, you will be part of a team who are working closely with the students in preparation for their GCSE exams with the aim to encourage further education or apprenticeships.
Support Worker for SEND school Are you an experienced Support Worker looking to work with young people with Special Educational Needs? If so, this could be your Support Worker role. A SEND school in Birmingham are looking to recruit a Support Worker on long term basis asap to work with their students in a specialist college. This college caters for students aged 16 – 25 years of age who have all been diagnosed with ASD or complex needs along with other associated conditions including speech and language difficulties, ADHD, ODD and behavioral difficulties.
Behaviour Mentor. Can you make a positive impact on primary learners who need support to manage their behaviour? A federation of SEMH schools across Birmingham are seeking to recruit, experienced primary Mentor's for immediate starts on a long-term basis. There are 3 centers who provide key stage 1 and 2 education to children who are no longer attending mainstream education and need a more personalised program.
Are you a primary teacher looking to secure your next teaching role within a Birmingham SEN school? If so a headteacher of a specialist SEMH school is looking for an enthusiastic teacher to join the team. The school caters for key stage 1 – 4 SEMH students, who have a variety of social, emotional and mental health needs. Some also display additional needs such as ASD, ODD, behavioural challenges and academic difficulties.
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